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The pit bulls we've been following -- Sasha and Bear -- are heading home to be with the owner.
The owner was forced to give up the 14 and 15 year old dogs because of a ruling that determined pit bulls were inherently dangerous, which created a liability for landlords.
But thanks to an outpouring of support from viewers and readers the elderly dogs are going home.
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